Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins


I’m not going to write a full review of Catching Fire because I think there has been more than enough buzz and blogging about it for the past several months. Not that it is not worthy – oh, it is! I really enjoyed Catching Fire; I liked it more than The Hunger Games. I think part of it is due to the fact that it doesn’t focus on one specific event like the first book does. Catching Fire allows the reader to see more about the daily lives in some of the different districts, and you learn more about the politics, and delve a lot further into many of the different relationships. I don’t want to say too much and risk spoiling it for someone, so I’ll just say this – if you liked The Hunger Games, you really need to read this sequel. If you haven’t read The Hunger Games yet, I highly recommend reading it just so you can get to Catching Fire.


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